As we head into the cooler months, some of the metropolitan areas around the country are experiencing weather that just isn’t business friendly! According to the Weather Channel, “Snow will accumulate from eastern Washington and Montana to Colorado, the Dakotas, Minnesota and northern Wisconsin over the next few days.”

From a business perspective, weather can have a significant impact on a business’ bottomline. It is definitely a factor to consider when relocation or opening a business.

Why Texas Weather Is Business Friendly

We’re proud of our favorable weather in Texas, we average 234 sunny days, which is 29 days more than the United States’ average, approximately 33.22” of rain per year and only 2” of snow per year.

Our weather has a significant impact on our workforce and it’s positive! Studies have shown that warm weather can improve mental dexterity, increase alertness and memory. 

Having your business in a climate that you can somewhat rely on is important since it can can help you accurately predict future performance and to understand the impact weather has on your customers, products, and workforce. 

If you’re planning on visiting McKinney, make sure you check in with our friends at McKinney Convention and Visitors Bureau (MCVB); they will be happy to show you around.

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